Wodonga Council’s Ephemeral Art Program (2021-2022) aims to create inspiring temporary public art that supports community identity and increases the cultural vibrancy. Creating the unexpected is the key objective.
The council is calling on artists to express their interest for inclusion in various short-term art projects within the 2021- 2022 financial year. This is a great opportunity for artists to show their work in high-visibility spaces and places. These ephemeral art projects include the following.
1. Open Galleries
2. Artwork for seasonal city flags
3. Art installation in the CBA - no theme
How to apply: Expression of Interest for the 2020-2021 program close on Tuesday, June 1, 2021 at midnight. You can view and download the Call for Expressions Interest document by clicking here. Submissions are through an online form. The link to the online form is featured within the EOI document.
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